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  • Always on the search for a food that is quick and convenient to cook and serve and a lover of spaghetti, I purchased a package of Ronzini Bistro - Spaghetti and Meatballs
  • The package does recommend kneading it about halfway through

    • by Orrymain
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      Always on the search for a food that is quick and convenient to cook and serve and a lover of spaghetti, I purchased a package of Ronzini Bistro - Spaghetti and Meatballs. This product comes in a pouch and is ready in as little as ninety seconds, depending upon the wattage of your microwave.

      Ronzini Bistro - Spaghetti and Meatballs comes in a single serving that is appropriate for one person. The package has cool grip sides


      that are firm and easy to grip. As in similar products, you just tear at the top to vent, stand the item up in the microwave, and put it on to heat. The package does recommend kneading it about halfway through. I just lightly did that, since the package middle does get very hot during the heating process.

      Ronzini Bistro - Spaghetti and Meatballs is advertised as a classic spaghetti and meatballs meal that is simmered ...


      • in a rich tomato sauce with a touch of herbs. For me, it tasted okay. The spaghetti strings were thin, but plentiful, and the meatballs were a decent size, and there were four or five of them, which was enough for one package.

        In ways, it’s about compatible to some of the tub-spaghetti products, but I do believe its meatballs are better. There’s more of a sauce here than in the tub competitors, too. As

        for the herbs, it’s too subtle. I would have liked to have gotten a hint of more. A check of the ingredients listed on the package shows most of the usual sauce items, but the amount used wasn’t enough to satisfy my pallet.

        Ronzini Bistro - Spaghetti and Meatballs should satisfy overall. It is a full helping, so add some garlic bread or a salad, and it’s a complete meal; or just heat and eat it on its own.




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